HAVANA TIMES — The Cuban government heard the voice of the public and decided to reopen terminal 3 at the Jose Marti Airport to people who are sending off or receiving travelers, we confirmed on Sunday.
Cyberspace had filled with protests after the closing of the airport, leaving those accompanying or awaiting passengers out on the street. Academics, intellectuals, bloggers and artists wrote acerbic comments questioning the ban decided by the airport management.
The barriers to free access were demolished under the weight of opinions, arguments, reasons and the feelings of people. It is certainly a lesson for all, especially for those who believe they are the owners of what they are only managing.
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